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Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Malolo Island, Fiji

Like a tiny emerald drifting in the sapphire South Pacific, Malolo Island—part of Fiji's Mamanuca Archipelago—beckons under the brilliant sunlight, and Likuliku Lagoon Resort welcomes you with breathtaking beauty. Seamlessly incorporated into its surroundings, the resort's 45 thatched-roof bures instantly put you in touch with the relaxing atmosphere, whether you stay right on the beachfront or in one of Fiji's only over-water bures. With harmonious traditional architecture and design, each bure is open to the outdoors, with elegant woodwork throughout. Plush beds keep you comfortable at night, while furnished private decks are the perfect place to spend an afternoon. Indoor/outdoor showers and tubs overlooking the ocean present you with the complete island experience, and the modern entertainment amenities ensure the perfect escape. Let Likuliku Lagoon Resort show you paradise, and let your mind and body experience true bliss.

As the sun rises and warms the ocean, head to Tatadra Spa to completely unwind and melt into a full body massage. Order the perfect cocktail before stretching out next to the horizon-edge swimming pool, or sip your drink as you luxuriate in the soothing waters of the mini-whirlpools. With the smooth sands calling, stretch out on the beach to soak in the sun, or dive into the waters for a day of swimming and various water activities. Venture out on a magnificent island-hopping tour, enjoy an afternoon of sport fishing, or head out for a relaxing trip looking for playful dolphins. Endless stunning dive sites around the island call for a full day of adventure and exploration, from vibrant reefs to stunning shipwrecks and shark encounters, and you can return to the resort to snorkel in the lagoon. Spend calm evenings savoring an enchanting restaurant menu, created daily and featuring local seafood and fine fresh ingredients, then sip a Fiji-inspired cocktail at Masima Bar and watch the sun set majestically over the unforgettable scenery of Likuliku Lagoon.

Location of Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Malolo Island, Fiji

Nearest Airport: NAN

Amenities for Likuliku Lagoon Resort

  • General Information
  • 45 Guest Rooms
  • Adults Only
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Picnics
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Media Room
  • Laundry Service
  • Heliport
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Music & Movie Library
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Private Courtyards
  • Private Decks
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Parasailing
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Boat Excursions
  • Jet Skiing
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Interests
  • Beach

Reviews for Likuliku Lagoon Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Everything here was amazing! The only negative was having to leave to get back to reality. We came here for our honey moon and we definitely put back on and gained more than what we lost for our wedding. The food here is reason enough to stay. But the amazing service on top was just heart warming. Everyone was so friendly you felt like they were family. The rooms and views were amazing. Watching the sun rise and set everyday was beautiful. Island time just flies by and you’d wish you’d never leave like us. We cannot wait to visit again.

Tiffany A

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had 6 nights in an overwater bure and it was just heavenly. From our initial welcome to the resort being sung ashore we were treated like royalty for the entirety of our stay, including a song to see us on our way which was heartbreaking - we just didn't want to leave! The staff here are amazing, we just couldn't fault a single thing and can't rate the service we received highly enough. The welcome we received every time we entered the restaurant was always very warm and genuine. No snobbery at all, just very relaxed and courteous which reflected the surroundings beautifully. Even the maintenance and ground staff are a credit to the resort (not that they shouldn't be). We always received a hearty 'bula' whenever we strolled past the groundskeepers and everyone there was always on hand and happy to talk about Fijian life and culture whenever my curiosity got the better of me. The food was out of this world. At every sitting there was a vide variety of choice to cater for everyone and not only was it all cooked to perfection but presented impeccably. Even breakfast was a true fine dining experience, in the relaxed surround of the restaurant overlooking the lagoon. All non-motorised watersports were provided for free. We had a couple of afternoons out and about paddle boarding or in the kayak. Snorkelling gear was provided for the duration of our stay which allowed for a daily couple of patrols up and down the reef to look at the amazing life under water. The resort was happy to arrange for motorised activities like jet skiing or parasailing but we kept to the quiet life, there are also daily snorkelling and diving excursions but we were more than happy to just keep to a daily swim from our bure. We did go on one excursion to a local village which was very relaxed and gave us an insight into the normal Fijian way of life. Our guide was very informative and gave us a very thoughtful but brief history lesson on Fiji generally. As to our accommodation, the bure itself was amazing. I did read a comment that the overwater bures were 'quite a walk' from the restaurant but we are talking no more than a 5 minute gentle stroll - just perfect to walk off dinner in fact. In any event, the resort staff are always on hand to pick up and drop off anyone in one of their little golf buggies. We were absolutely gobsmacked when we walked in to our bure. The view was just breathtaking, as was the Fiji tv (glass panel in the floor of the lounge looking straight down on to the reef). Housekeeping were really on the ball with a turn down service and the daily clean - the place was spotless. We can't forget Coco either! It was nice to see the resort looking after their staff and allowing Coco a break from the tedium of meetings to go and enjoy a game of fetch in the surf (Coco being the waggy tailed resort dog) ;) Don't worry if you're not a doggy person though, Coco doesn't just roam the resort but is always with someone from the resort, and generally likes to stick to paddle boarding (true story) or a little bit of the beach with a ball - not a dog that would make anyone feel intimidated or wary. There is honestly nothing bad or even niggly that we can say about this resort. If you can stretch to the overwater bure, even for a couple of nights of your stay then it's well worth pushing the boat out and doing it. If there is any constructive criticism I could give then it would be to allow the staff to respectfully remind certain guests at dinner or lunch to afford other guests (and staff) a common courtesy. By way of example, we were told that mobile phones should not be used in the restaurant area and that, although there was no strict dress code, guests should not wear bathing costumes in that area - at least cover up somewhat. Perfect we thought. I'm mean this place is just that perfect island getaway: no kids, peace and quiet, calm and tranquil surroundings - who wants to hear someone else on the phone right. Anyway, it was very disappointing to see some, albeit not many, guests going to lunch straight from the pool and still dripping wet, without even bringing a towel with them. One couple seemed to think it acceptable to turn up every day for lunch in their wetsuits! The restaurant is absolutely lovely but it is a restaurant, not a swim up pool bar! The staff were being very accommodating by running off to the pool area to fetch towels to cover the seats (the same seats that are used for later lunch services or dinner) to keep them dry but they shouldn't have had to! Just tell the guests to get changed. We just thought is very disrespectful of the guests. Similarly, we had to endure a mobile telephone conversion another guest had over lunch to his work colleagues back at home, the same guest was just sitting there without his t-shirt on. On leaving the restaurant the guy put his shirt on and hung up the phone. Just crass and very disrespectful again. Anyway, you can never legislate for other guests and that doesn't take anything away from LikuLiku. Keep doing what you are doing, this really was a piece of heaven in the South Pacific. We will definitely be back!!

Pauly E - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We spent 2 days at Likuliku and will be returning for a week or more next year. It's difficult to not go overboard about this place, but as many have already covered it well I won't repeat all the superlatives. Perhaps two things, however, stand out for me. First, at dinner we had the tenderloin from Cape Grim in Australia. I have eaten in many very fine restaurants and steakhouse in Australia and around the world, but I doubt I've ever had a better steak. I've had Cape Grim beef many times, but never this good. Second, and most impressively, a typical tropical storm was coming through with strong winds. We'd left our swim gear on the balcony to dry and it would be blown away for sure. Our room was a distance away from where we were at the time, so I asked one of the staff if they could ask someone to go to our room to rescue the clothes. "Already done", he said, "we sent people to do that for all rooms as soon as the storm headed this way." Now that's great service!!!

kimbarnes2017 - Lane Cove, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I’ve never felt more relaxed in my life. The entire property is serene, the attentive staff offers personalized care, and the food was delicious. Everything was on point. Not a single complaint. I hated to leave.

jensl - Arizona

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We managed to spend a week in Likuliku which was lovely. Everyone was extremely helpful and happy, this made our stay great. The location is fantastic and staying in an over water room that overlooked the lagoon was quite amazing, yes it is a bit further from the restaurant but you can walk or get a buggy if needed. New Year was an occasion, it started to rain at midnight and everybody was outside dancing, a Fijian tradition is to get wet apparently and we certainly did! We went on a couple of snorkelling and other trips, the lagoon snorkelling is also very good, the water is extremely calm, we even saw a few turtles. The water was sometimes a bit cloudy as the tide turned but overall very nice. It was extremely clean with very little debris. The food was very good and varied, you could put on a lot of weight here. There was always fresh fish, various meats and vegetarian menus available. The staff in the restaurant were excellent, in fact everyone in the resort was extremely nice and couldn’t do enough for you. The only recommendation I would make is they could perhaps do a little bit more on the recycling side, we saw plastic bottles of water still being used in huge numbers when places like the Maldives have moved to glass recyclable for example. There are a good mixture of honeymooners and others plus people from lots of different countries which is great. Overall we would definitely recommend.

J2Lem - Leamington Spa, United Kingdom

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